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Dr Anna Catalani
Lecturer in Museum and Heritage Studies
Art & Design

Expertise:
Material Culture and diasporic identities, Collections and collecting theories, Audience engagement and heritage

Qualifications:
• PgCert in Higher Education and Research, University of Salford, Oct. 2009-July 2010; • PhD in Museum Studies, University of Leicester, Nov. 2001 – June 2006; •MA in Museum Studies, University of Leicester (with distinction in the dissertation): Sept. 2000-Sept. 2001; •Hons. B.A. in Archaeology, Pisa University, Italy: Nov. 1993 - Nov. 1999

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  1. Inheriting slavery: making sense of a difficult heritage
  2. Displaying traditional Yoruba religious objects in museums: the Western re-making of a cultural heritage
  3. Yoruba identity and Western museums: ethnic pride and artistic representations
  4. Particular thanks and obligations’: The communications made by women to the society of antiquaries between 1776 and 1837, and their significance
  5. Telling another story: western museums and the creation of non-western identity
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